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by Marjorie Carleton

  • ISBN: 0515028959
  • Author: Marjorie Carleton
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Publisher: Pyramid Books (1973)
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by Marjorie Carleton. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780060805593.

Marjorie Carleton (Brockton, Massachusetts, 1897 - 4 June 1964) was an American playwright and crime fiction novelist. Her best known work is Cry Wolf which was made into a 1947 film under the same title. She was nominated for the Edgar Award for Best Mystery Novel in 1958 by the Mystery Writers of America for her suspense novel The Night of the Good Children. Her plays included The Barretts, and The Bride Regrets.

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Marjorie Carleton (Brockton, 1897 - 4 June 1964) was an American playwright and writer of suspense novels

Marjorie Carleton (Brockton, 1897 - 4 June 1964) was an American playwright and writer of suspense novels. Her best known work is Cry Wolf which won the scroll award of the Mystery Writers of America in 1945 and was made into a 1947 film under the same title.

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shustrik
This 1955 mystery is a compelling read, even if there are a few instances where the plot and characters seem a bit contrived and unrealistic. A woman (Linda Tyler), whose husband (Radford) went missing in Korea, is suddenly confronted by the possibility that her husband is alive, years after he was declared dead and his estate settled. The man who tells her this (Ethan Arnold) seems suspect, as it is evident he is not being totally straight with Linda about what he knows. Enter another man (Leon Lassiter), who seems romantically interested in Linda, but who also is not all he seems. The chase is then on to find if Radford really is dead or alive, what the implications are if he is, and why he hasn't shown himself previously. There are a cast of mostly well-drawn supporting characters -- precocious and charming 6 year old niece Penny, Penny's down-to-earth mother (Helen), and grumpy but loyal long-time Tyler family retainer Birdie -- with the exception being Radford's mother (whose selective mental lapses are not very credible). But the plot doesn't lag, and it is refreshing to have intelligent main characters whose interests in music and art bring added texture to the mystery.
Soustil
This book has everything needed for a great page turner: great plot, great characters, fairly believable, surprises up until the end and best of all it is old enough that I can read it with bare hands! The soy ink, used in newer printer material makes my skin burn and split. Even if I couldn't get an older copy this book is worth reading with gloves on.

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